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The Future of Money – By Imran Hosein

This is an interesting paper about the current Riba filled Financial system, control and manipulation over the World economy & politics by few Financial elites, the Islamic stance on currency etc. Although I may not agree with the Author on all his Islamic stand points,in this paper he brings into light a lot things that the common Muslim is unaware about. I’ve posted a snapshot. You can view the entire article here:


Abū Bakr ibn Abi Maryam reported that he heard the
Messenger of Allah say: “A time is certainly coming over
mankind in which there will be nothing (left) that will be of
use (or benefit) save a Dinār (i.e., a gold coin) and a
Dirham (i.e., a silver coin).” [This prophecy clearly
anticipates the eventual collapse of the fraudulent monetary
system now functioning around the world.]
(Musnad, Ahmad)
It is both strange and embarrassing that even at this late
hour when enemies are about to weld into place the final iron
gate of a financial Guantanamo, so many Muslims remain
ignorant about the devilish nature of European-created money
in the modern world. One has even criticised this writer for
having “funny” views concerning money.
There seems to be little understanding of the role that a
European-created money-system has been playing in delivering
to enemies of Islam the capacity to engage in massive legalised
theft of the wealth of mankind. Nor is there realization that
those enemies have designed a monetary system that would
eventually deliver to them financial dictatorship over the whole
world. They have already succeeded in enslaving millions of
Muslims (as well as others amongst mankind) with slave wages
and even destitution, while pursuing a sinister global agenda on
behalf of the Euro-Jewish State of Israel. It is truly pathetic to
listen to those who blame Pakistanis and Indonesians for
miserable poverty in Pakistan and Indonesia.
The news media, even in countries that declare ‘Islam’ to
be the State religion, is notorious for blanking out all news
reports concerning this important subject. An example of such
was the important ‘International Conference on the Gold Dinār
Economy’ that was held at Kuala Lumpur’s Putra World Trade
Center on July 24th and 25th 2007. An excellent keynote
address, delivered by a former Malaysian Prime Minister, Tun
Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, set the stage for two days of intensive
deliberations on the subject of ‘money’. This booklet is an
expanded version of our paper entitled “Explaining the
Disappearance of Money with Intrinsic Value” which we presented
at the conference shortly after the feature address. Readers may
wish to assess the coverage of that conference in the Malaysian
English-language newspapers.
What is far worse than the news blackout is that classically
trained scholars of Islam (i.e., ‘Ulamā) seem to share with
ordinary Muslims this strange and highly embarrassing state of
ignorance, or silence, concerning the fraudulent nature of
modern money. Even when they realise that there is something
dangerously wrong about modern money, so many in this
strange modern age lack the courage to denounce the monetary
system of non-redeemable paper money as fraudulent and,
hence, Harām.

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  1. October 3, 2010 at 11:06 am

    As salaamu alaykum

    Try reading “Al-Buyoo’ al-Munhee ‘anhaa fil-Islaam” : “Forbidden Business Transaction in Islam” by shaykh saleh al fawzaan al-fawzaan.

    And next, you can read the first 4 sections of “A Summary of Islamic Jurisprudence Part-2” by shaykh saleh al fawzaan al-fawzaan. This will give you a greater insight on the subject of Islamic Business Transactions.

    Hope it helps.

    • October 6, 2010 at 7:20 pm

      Jazak Allah Khair for the leads akhee. InshaAllah, I will try to read them.

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